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, down through mississippi and parts of western tennessee and up to kentucky and ohio, will be moving into the northeast. as far as flood warnings, portions in louisiana. red is flash flood warnings and we do have flooding going on. if you doing traveling in parts of the northeastern louisiana and mississippi, please be careful and do not drive through flooded roadways. we do have flooded roadways across western parts of kentucky and northern parts of ohio. how much more additional rainfall are we talking about? look at the shades in yellow and orange, still four inches expected because what this front is going to be spreading light rain in portions and in through tomorrow morning. keep that in mind for monday morning commute. it will stay stalled in places like mississippi, tennessee, virginia and north carolina. so you'll be dealing with it next several days coming up this workweek. we have a stretch across portions of the southeast. on western side of the storm system, very cold across northern plains, 8 degrees in minneapolis, 19 at rapid city and that cold air is here to stay. ge
, a little ice and storms in the center here from tennessee through parts of alabama but other than that it's all that warmth in the east. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >>> so again we'll be following some of that severe weather potential. there's not a huge part, but right there in pars of tennessee and alabama, watch your local abc stations today. >> she keeps trying to change the subject from her birthday to the weather. >> embarrassing here. >>> now to the cat with the astonishing internal gps. her name is holly and she got separated from her family while on vacation. 200 miles away from home. what happened next was an extraordinary journey and amazing reunion and here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: the amazing story of a cat on a crusade. >> miss holly here snuck out between our legs and decided to see the world. >> reporter: back in november jacob and bonnie richter brought holly along on a road trip to daytona speedway. scared by fireworks she ran away. >> we started looking for her right away. >> reporter: but daytona wasn't holly's scene
roles playing maggie in tennessee williams' play "cat on a hot tin roof." the actress sits down for a rare interview to talk about going back to broadway, playing the black widow, and the nickname she hates. does anybody call you scar-jo at home? >> no. hopefully it will go away sometime. >> reporter: scarlett johansson, ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: as the nfl season approaches its big super bowl finale, those who don't follow the game might ask for a timeout for an explanation. fortunately for them, our bill geist will be here to help. >> reporter: friends do you find that people at this time of year always treat you like you're invisible or some sort of space alien just because you don't know football? >> this is our goal line. we have four downs right? >> reporter: attend a free crash course for football dummies later on sunday morning. >> we can either run it or pass it for two. >> reporter: you'll be amazed at the results. so will your family, friends and coworkers. >> this is called a helmet. and the helmet fits on your head. >> osgood: rit a braver looks at the pas
that he had was this huge technology apparatus, and i went to chattanooga tennessee and i found a company called smart tech. i saw a row for about a year ago in ohio and i asked him about this company. he told me he had never heard of it. well, i find that hard to believe. this is a company that has a history but if you go to all the fronts within fronts and corporate changes and find out who put up the original money, the original money came from two very wealthy republican donors named mercer reynolds and bill dewitt. i research them and in the 80s, they had bailed out george w. bush several times. he had three oil companies in the 80s that went belly-up and each time they came to his rescue. they were also baseball royalty. his father owned the old st. louis browns and they gave bush ownership in the texas rangers which is the only lucrative investment he ever made. he put in $600,000 came away with about $15 million. his company smart tech which started out as part of a legitimate technology company, soon became the republican operation and its all it's all good and well that the repu
to a deal. next, john from tennessee. caller: good morning. i am calling about the debt ceiling. yes, it does need to be raised. because we have to pay our bills. if the government is allowed to borrow money and set their circumstances, then why is the private business sector not allowed to do that? the federal reserve has been shut down as far as to the bankers, as far as the this man being able to borrow money. the industry in the united states needs money to operate on and and. we need to be able to borrow money. if his mrs. are not allowed to expand and grow, how do they expect to pay the us -- these debts down the road? get these guys out of here. they do not need to be making a lifetime commitment. they have gotten old and senile and did not even know where they are. it is a shame that our government has gone this far. it is just terrible. host: thank you for the call. if you're just joining us, or listening on c-span radio, thank you for joining us. the question we are asking is whether or not you think the president can bypass congress to raise the debt ceiling. you can join
, and the man who wrote the play "streetcar named desire," tennessee williams -- they all had one thing in common. they choked to death. >> choking is very common, and with the proper training, you can learn how to help someone who might be choking. >> what is choking? >> choking occurs when something gets stuck in your throat. >> how do you know if someone's choking? >> if they can't make any noise, they can't cough, speak, breathe, then they're choking. they might even be making the universal choking sign, but it's important to know that if somebody's coughing or making any sort of squeaking sound, they're not actually choking. it's just the body trying to get the object out. >> so, what do we do? >> i've brought my friend cami here. she's gonna help us learn what to do if somebody is conscious and choking. so, first, i need to make sure she's choking. she's not making any sound. are you choking, cami? she might nod or make a big face at me. i'm gonna tell someone else to call 911, 'cause i want to make sure help is on the way. and i am gonna place one of my arms across her chest and
've got the rain right in the middle. you can see heavy rain from arkansas right up into western tennessee. that front is slowly going to move eastward dragging colder air to the west. temperatures this morning. 23 now in santa rosa. 29 in san jose. 20s all up and down the north and east bay valleys. we'll see mostly sunny skies. as the sun comes up, we'll thaw out and see temperatures eventually climbing into the upper 40s to low 50s. lunchtime, still upper 40s inland. you can see our temperatures around 4:00, upper 40s to near 50. tomorrow, it looks like another freezing start to the morning and turning warmer by wednesday. >>> and that is your latest forecast. lester? >>> thanks. it's shaping up to be an explosive week in washington with vice president biden set to hand in its controversial gun safety recommendations. david gregory is moderator of "meet the press". >> good morning, lester. >> let's talk about the possible gun control solutions. universal background checks. closed the gun show loophole. ban on high-capacity magazines. as you know, this conversation has often been phrased
schmitt. our focus, the nomination of chuck hagel. next, a democrat joining us from tennessee. good morning. caller: the republicans are going against everything and everybody that he puts up there. hadfields to be in a war and get hurt. not until you walk in your shoes. it is time for them to wake up. host: he has sacrificed a great deal, but nevertheless, i do not think that is the issue. the of the things i would say is it is not clear that senator hagel, he may not get many votes from republicans, but he may get some. more libertarian positions on foreign policy, and they would probably be more supportive than perhaps they would be supportive of a republican that had been in the white house. it is not clear that this division is simply republican versus democrat. host: this program is carried live on sundays. in london. go ahead. caller: it is a great discussion. thank you for giving us the opportunity. i am not american. i am and iranian. i have never been in the united states, but we used to have neighbors that were american. it is strange to me this obsession among the politi
to the point of default. we have the tennessee continuing resolution under which the government is running, expires march 28. the sequestration which was put off two months. if i were at the level of a dictator here, i would take the debt ceiling and push it off to say, june 30. you can't fight all three at the same time. a., i believe the democrats are as scared of the sequestration as the republicans are. there is nothing you can cut on the debt ceiling you can't cut on the continuing resolution. so i would say, mr. president, we are going to put the debt ceiling off to june 30. let me tell you why. between now and then, we are going on cut $3 trillion, $4 trillion -- whatever it is on the continuing resolution and the sequestration. if you stop us from doing that, you are going to put us in a position that the only thing left's the debt ceiling. let's hope we can work together. one thing, the american people know we don't have a $17 trillion debt because we tax too little. it's because we spend too much. >> shannon: that's the debate we heard during the fiscal cliff negotiations and we
parts of southeastern arkansas as well as tennessee and flooding up to areas of michigan and pennsylvania from the storm. you can see, that's where the rain is and where the front is, so anywhere to the east it's warm. 63 degrees we're in mid january in cleveland, and it's 63 degrees. go back towards the west, and it's cold. 31 in phoenix, not normally see that kind after contrast, but the temperatures should be flip flopped this time of year, adding the wind and feels much colder, like minus 20 in denver and go up into the mountains and feels like minus 30, minus 35. incredibly cold air out there. it's going to change by wednesday across parts of the west and tomorrow though, still another cold one. warmth hanging on across areas of the southeast and florida looking still very warm, likely all the way until saturday or sunday. guys. >> mike: all right, now let's say that rick, does a great job with the weather was allergic to isobars, and could he sue the channel for making him do the weather? that's his job. it's kind of what's going on with a teacher, she says she's de
, but we do have the potential of severe storms stretching from kentucky into tennessee right down into louisiana once again. an area that has already been hard hit by all of that rain. so today we are looking for highs today to top out well into the 70s and 80s down across the southeast. 62 degrees in washington, d.c. again, that fog in the northeast is going to have it feel a little chilly just like it did yesterday unless you're moving around, but the cold air is sitting back up into minneapolis and the dakotas and it is going to stay there for quite some time. alex? >> it's just too hot for january. it's kind of yucky. >> i love it. >> do you? >> this is my kind of weather. but as a skier i'm sure you're not really loving it. >> thank you for that, dylan. let's go to our rundown of today's list of number ones. rio de janeiro tops the nrkts list of the 46 places to go in 2013. the "times" says rio's making a comeback as a cultural hub. they'll host the summer olympics in 2016. marseille and barcelona third. madrid does not make the list but it does the make the list of the most
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